The Sociology Video Project

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Videos Set in Canada

After the Montréal Massacre • feminist analysis of misogyny
Blockade • Algonquins defend the forest
Children are not the problem • approaches to racism in daycares
Crucero = crossroads • identity and stereotyping of Latinos in Canada
A deathly silence • An African-Canadian homicide victim
Doing time • narratives of imprisoned women
Dirty laundry • outlaw sexuality in 19th century Chinese Canada
Domino • accounts of multi-racial identity
El contrato • Mexican migrant workers in Ontario
Esther, baby & me • autobiography of a father-to-be
For Angela • dramatization of racist incident
Hear what we are saying • women of colour's experiences with Western psychiatry
Indigeni • Aboriginal women organising in B.C.
Just children • abuse of children in Canadian institutions
Me, Mom & Mona • Chinese diasporic women talk patriarchy
Momiji • Japanese-Canadian woman discovers family history
More than hair care products • meanings of the gay bear movement
My name is Kahentiiosta • profile of a Kahnesatake protestor
Native justice • Aboriginal justice issues and tribal policing solutions
No place to go • the double bind of homelessness & mental illness
No time to stop • immigrant women of colour in bad jobs
Not my home • life in a nursing home
Reframing the Montréal Massacre • feminist critique of media depictions
Remember Africville • 1960s demolition of a Black neighbourhood
Richard Cardinal • foster parenting history of Métis teen who commits suicide
School’s out • Jane Rule & queer teens on anti-homophobia activism
Seven hours to burn • racial projects in 1940s India & Denmark, 9 artful minutes
Skin • women’s discourses on AIDS in the 1990s dramatized
Some kind of arrangement • three quests for arranged marriage
Speakers for the dead • cemetery restoration reveals lost Black Ontarians’ history
Stand together • RCMP harassment & the nascent gay rights movement
The sterilization of Leilani Muir • eugenics in 20th century Canada
Target of opportunity • routine violence against nurses
The business of caring • employees’ perspectives on privatized nursing homes
The f word • women talk about what feminism means to them
The future of work • how technology affects workplaces
The other side • interviews with caregivers for stroke patients
Urban elder • profile of Vern Harper, aboriginal spiritual leader
Voice of our own • immigrant women & women of colour organise
We are your neighbours • domestic violence
When the day comes • women caring for ailing seniors

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